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I AM USED TO LIES AND TEMPTATIONS-BISHOP CHRIS

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I AM USED TO LIES AND TEMPTATIONS-PASTOR CHRIS

BANKOLE ABE

Bishop Chris Kwakpowe has come out to talk about series of lies and fabrications against him.He said as a child of God,he has survived so many difficult times and challenges. This is in view of the recent allegations against him by a staff in collaboration with two other people.

Bishop Chris Kwakpovwe, the General Overseer of the Manna Prayer Mountain and publisher of the daily devotional, ‘Our Daily Manna’ is allegedly been blackmailed by a staff of the ministry,Rita Ibeni,Ohio Ojeagbase and a lawyer, Uche Iloani.

So many attempts were made through threats and accusations to publish damaging story of sexual harassment and threat to life concerning the Bishop and added to this are threats of kidnap of his loved ones by other faceless group, they also requested for settlement to avoid the story going public.

According to PM NEWS, the renowned Bishop said,

“As a man of God, such lies, manipulations, fabrications, temptations and battles are expected because the devil is mad and will be mad against any child of God who is living right and who is a terror to his kingdom. But he is only a roaring lion without teeth. Was Joseph not wrongfully attacked and blackmailed by Mrs Portiphar?

“But did he not sit on his throne at last? I have learnt that in life, success attracts uncommon battles and for every one person who celebrates your success, there are at least two others who are plotting your down fall,” he said.

He also told journalists of a ,case currently in court in which a lady  took him to court for the ridiculous charge of falling down and breaking her teeth at a Lagos National Stadium programme – World Anointing Night, six years

He said he never made any advances and could never do so with the suspected looter of the video unit (the former employee).

“I am used to such satanic fabrications, gang-ups, lies, concoctions and distractions,” he said.

The case was charged to court on Thursday April 17, 2017 where the suspects were remanded at Kirikiri Maximum Prison over their inability to meet up with the bail conditions.

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